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We Go Together

You’ve probably heard the phrase, “Oil and water don’t mix.” But, if you’ve ever made a tasty vinaigrette, you know that this isn’t exactly true. If you use the right ingredients and the right technique, you can mix the two together to create something new and exciting. And that’s what Hinsdale Public Library’s fall FUSION

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HPL Wins Intellectual Freedom Award

The 2017 Illinois Library Association Intellectual Freedom Award was awarded to the Hinsdale Public Library. The award, presented by the ILA Intellectual Freedom Committee, recognizes an individual or group for outstanding contributions in defending intellectual freedom or the advancement of these principles. The Library was recognized for hosting the musical event “Freedom Sings®” which celebrates

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David Marcet

Up Close and Personal by David Marcet June – August, 2014 Hinsdale resident David Marcet is a figurative artist who hails from Chicago, Illinois. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Drake University in 1997 and his MFA in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2005. David is

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William Blake

Patinas from the American Civil War by William Blake March – May, 2015 William Blake moved to Hinsdale with his family when he was seven and is a graduate of Hinsdale Central High School. He studied at the Florence Academy of Art in the summer of 2012, the Glasgow School of Art in the spring

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Darcy Zoells

Perilous Places by Darcy Zoells March – May, 2017 As an illustrator, my art is always about story, however, the images may take you to some unfamiliar places. Even with a traditional fairytale, I tend to look for an unusual perspective.  The books I have both written and illustrated started with the pictures.